This app from the maker of Sinusoid is currently free and good fun to play with.
Which takes the price of these three down to $3.99 each.
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Now that does look cool.
never before was it possible to have this much fun over bluetooth. from FORMAT FLUCK on Vimeo.
never before was it possible to have this much fun over bluetooth…
jamming on a friday morning w/ Korg’s iElectribe drum machine / iMS-20 synthesizer running on two iPads tempo-synced over bluetooth..
shot/edited w/iPhone 4/iMovie 11
Handheld in a way.
A number of the bigger mac focused blogs are claiming that iOS5 will be a major revamp of the OS with a number of new cloud based services included but it won’t announced until the autumn of this year.
It sounds good to me and I know that Ed at Audio Silver Lining will be pleased about this if it comes about.
Discovr isn’t an app for music creation but I thought I’d write something about it as I’ve found it really handy and interesting to look up artists and discover new music.
The premise is very simple. You put in the name of an artist and the app shows you some similar artists. Tap on one of those and it goes on. Very straightforward but the results I’ve been getting are quite good and as the app dropped down from $2.99 to $0.99 recently I thought a few people might find it handy.